-Promotes an abstinence-first approach to sex education while also including information about contraception and disease prevention.
-Allows parents to excuse their children from all or part of a sex education program.
-Requires that the school district establish methods whereby parents would be able to inspect the audiovisual and written materials to be used in a sex education program.
-Provides teachers, parents, administrators, and community members with training and technical assistance to develop a family life and sexuality education curriculum in accordance with National Health Education Standards.
-Allows Department of Education to fund assistance for the implementation of family life and sexuality education programs in schools.